University City Science Center Announces First Digital Health Awards of QED Program Two Life Sciences Projects Also Receive Awards

Two digital health projects and two life science projects will receive a total of $600,000 from the University City Science Center’s QED Program. Researchers at Rutgers University, University of Delaware, and Penn State College of Medicine will receive QED funding totaling $600,000 and targeted advice from a team of Business Advisors. The Rutgers researchers are the first to receive awards in QED’s newly created “digital health” track.

This is the first QED award for the University of Delaware and Penn State College of Medicine.

Science Center’s QED Program Makes Digital Health Awards

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